Beth Fertig

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Pearson Expands Downtown, Consolidating Technology Jobs

Monday, September 19, 2011

The education and publishing company Pearson is expanding its presence in New York City by adding 600 jobs to a consolidated new office in western SoHo by the summer of 2014.

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For Safety's Sake, a Little Less Art on School Walls

Friday, September 16, 2011

Principals at city public schools also said they are cutting back on some of their classroom displays because of enforcement of fire codes by the city Fire Department. Gone are some h...
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Staten Island Parents Still Pressing to Get Buses Back

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Staten Island parents are still fuming over the cancellation of yellow school buses for seventh and eighth grade students last year, and are likely to make an uninvited appearance at ...
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For Public School Parents, A Hired Hand to Hold

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

New York City parents interested in private schools often pay for consultants to help them navigate the complicated admissions process. But while the city’s public schools are free an...
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Students to Chancellor: Talk to Us

Friday, September 09, 2011

Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott said he wants to improve communication this year with parents, and has even pledged to send his top aides out in the field to take the heat and make sure ...
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On the Road With Chancellor Walcott

Thursday, September 08, 2011

Dennis M. Walcott ended his five borough, first-day-of-school chancellor marathon at Susan E. Wagner High School on Staten Island. Along the way, in response to questions from student...
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For Some Schools, Tight Budgets Mean More from Parents

Thursday, September 01, 2011

There’s a big difference in how public schools in middle class and wealthy districts, and those where a majority of children are poor enough to qualify for free lunch, can weather bud...
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Not Fired, a Teacher Returns — for Now

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Juhyung Harold Lee thought his teaching career was over last year, with the city's plan to lay off hundreds of young teachers. He made plans to go to law school. Instead, he spent Aug...
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